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't think we're in a recession, right now, fyi. and if you actually put some actual fees and spend on this, now, 25% of the phone calls in the 411, are not right. i mean they're a wrong call. 911, i'm sorry. ambulance the same deal, half of them are fake calls and i think that actually helps get the costs down because it has people think, i would have to pay for a visit. >> okay. jonas, last word. >> you know, the 800 number for the police-- 900 number. >> and the states are cutting back and you can't say that the states haven't cut stuff out of the budget and that federal government hasn't given money to states. but they've cut a lot of things and they have to have income taxes and everybody's got to pay and can't just be at the million dollar bracket, charge for the services that we're using and can't cut the services and they're expensive. what can i tell you. >> brenda: thanks for the expert on the 900 numbers, toby, i love that. thanks, guys, and thanks to julian for joining us as always. >> thanks to us, and thanks to toby for making the point about the obama recovery. >> brenda: and
will not be able to explain. that's all the proof i need. fyi, that's another fallacy, that science and not are mutually exclusive which could not be further from the truth. another note points out making the statement people are not religious does not mean they do not believe. believe is not religious. believing in god is a relationship. christians have been ridiculed for centuries, bring the word of god the bible as part of your broadcast. sorry, dee, that would be a very different kind of good news. besides, we'd lose viewers like bob ritter who says he left the church 45 years ago. i haven't wavered in my belief since he says. one who asserts the existence of a god or anything as the burden of proving such an existence, nose who still believe in god do -- those who still believe in god do so because they've been deeply indoctrinated or participate in wishful thinking. bob, i'd have to argue the power of faith has done too much good for too many people to be cavalier in abusing. on the other hand, the abuse of that power has done too much harm and caused too much pain to force it
, and fyi, tina, the tiny brunette, just got dumped, and she's looking for rebound sex. honestly, how could i be a better roommate? [thinking] she could be half-turk and half-elliot. hey, dog, if you die before me, you can play with my boobies while i finish.
moves north more seasonal and warmer weather, more sunshine friday through sunday. >>> we have just fyi, chain requirements in the sierra, highway 50 and 80, getting october snow there. no metering lights at the bay bridge, quite a few folks coming into the city, a bit of a delay for cash paying folks, a little crowded upper deck into san francisco. bart 10 minute delay colma line due to equipment problems no other delays no other problems. might be great alternate. accident westbound 580 in oakland at harrison, backing towards lake shore, hopefully in the clearing stages use 880 if possible to an individual that we'll update in a bit eastbound highway 4 hillcrest, flooding "sig alert", 280 south el monte accident blocking right lane looking at your waze app, 580 accident at harrison in the oakland area. to avoid some of these traffic problems download this app it is free. >>> 5:54. >>> gas prices down, may not feel like it. uncle sam is ready to take whatever you save at the pump. >>> here's jane king. >>> good news for drivers. looks like gas prices are really coming down now that sum
it was a couple of months ago. >> you were one of them, fyi. -- complaining about how hot it was a couple of months ago. >> i on the other hand was not one of them. i'm standing in the lobby of the hotel, i'm like oh, my gosh, it's so cold. my hat is off to everyone who is at home unfortunately without power this morning. my heart goes out to you. on the roads, i just got through telling a couple of coworkers, it is either flooded, shut down because of wires, shut down because of trees down or just impassable because of the storm damage out there. we even have problems to report northbound 95. let's start off with an accident possibly involving an overturned vehicle. 395 for the most part quiet. once you are able to get out to the major arteries, they are pretty much clear. we are dealing with wet pavement but no incidents to report right now. southbound 270, we do have report of a large industry hanging down in the right leap here at father -- right lane here at father hurley boulevard so heads up there. be careful heading out the front door because we are finding a lot of flooding. stor
wins, same thing. exactly the same thing so america, fyi, it doesn't matter who the next president is. it matters to me, but for you it doesn't matter who the next president is when it comes to the fiscal cliff. they'll make a deal. >> the americans in general out there are worried about where we are going and that's why the economy is struggling but the feet will get off the net when we get through this, right? >> they have their foot on the necks of america. >> you're still sitting on edge of the cliff and if i'm wall street and i'm a foreign bondholder of u.s. debt i would be completely freaked out at this point in time because it is sht going to be worked anything unless they fix this problem. you can't keepic canning the can down the road. they have to have a big, huge, massive plan worth at least $4 trillion to make wall street, s&p, moody's fitch, the credit-rating agencies to make them go, okay. they're being responsible, congress being responsible. that's an interesting thought. >> we'll see how that goes with the american public because they don't think congress is very resp
: this is true, kenneth. loser. [laughter] >> reporter: kenneth krause. megyn: trace, thank you. and fyi, it's not because of the anchor thing, because of the cruelty thing, kenneth. taking your thoughts on it. follow me on twitter @megyn kelly. >>> lingering questions over a seemingly run of the mill political decision that's created controversy. new details on the sale of a prisoner identified as a site to be transferring prisoners from gitmo. they weren't supposed to do it, are they? new pink lemonade 5-hour energy? 5-hour energy supports the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. so i can get the energized feeling i need and support a great cause? i'm sold. pink lemonade 5-hour energy? yeah and a portion of every sale goes to the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. i'm sold. new pink lemonade 5-hour energy. get the alert, energized feeling you need and support breast cancer research and access to care. megyn: fox news alert. just 7 hours to go until the first presidential debate of the 2012 campaign. one they are predicting can change the race as we know it today.
over the weekend. i want to give an fyi, i don't want to sound alarm bells but we are watching the potential for a low pressure system to come out of the southeast and kind of ride up the coastline early next week that could bring a potential storm, a low pressure center, i'm not saying it's going to be tropical or a nor'easter but we are watching something very carefully because it could affect relief efforts, or people trying to rebuild and get into their homes. just know that we're going to watch it and bring you the very latest. just want to look at the cold temperatures that are happening overnight tonight and of course a lot of folks are without power, we need people to get together and help their neighbors. back to you. megyn: thank you. on the campaign trail mitt romney's team suddenly buying ad time in three states that were thought to be basically a lock for the president. are there suddenly new opportunities opening up for the republican candidate? chris stirewalt joins us next. a fight over a facebook group involving free speech. we'll tell you what it has to do wit
. where mitt romney is behind 20 to 30 points. fyi. >> wow. >> stephanie: the president on the campaign trail. here he is. >> obama: last night and throughout this campaign, i've laid out a plan for jobs and middle class security. unlike mitt romney, i'm proud to talk about what's in my plan. because first of all the math actually adds up. >> stephanie: did you see grampy? john mccain said the president took cheap shots at romney during the presidential campaign? no. >> stephanie: no. >> he fought back and he won. is that what they call cheap shots on the right? >> yes. they lose, it is a cheap shot. >> stephanie: losing is a cheap shot. >> stephanie: he said bayonets and horses, what's that all about? i don't know. why don't you tell mitt romney to prepare for the foreign debate. >> tell mitt romney how the military works. >> stephanie: carol in pennsylvania. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hey, carol. >> caller: good morning. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: this election sh
. just fyi. maybe we can be bought depending on how much you send. talk about the quarter. margins good. comps were good. areas -- it brings to mind or brings to question the number of new stores you have going forward. and is this a stage at which you put your foot on the gas? >> well, carl, we feel really great about the quarter. we executed in so many areas. obviously profits were very good. our adjusted operating income up 12.5%. adjusted income up 44%. earnings per share 32%. i think the thing that really pleased me in the quarter was the fact that we really started to move as you suggested, we put the foot down on the accelerator on development. we nearly doubled our total number of stores globally in the quarter. we were up 36% on dunkin donuts new stores in the u.s. that's really the profit driver for the future. the more stores we get open, the more profits we're going to have in the future. our franchisees are excited. our margins are fantastic. we feel really good about the development story going forward. >> dunkin u.s. you're going to add between 280 and 300 net new restaur
out of five natural disasters involve flooding of some sort. so just an fyi for next time, go to floodsmart.gov to get it. >> gretchen: know you're deductible. >> the stated policy is 500 or $1,000. in some states, 19 states including all of these affected by the storm, connecticut, massachusetts, rhode island, virginia, insurance companies are allowed to have a special hurricane deductible that applies only to hurricane damage and one to 5% of the insured value of the home. so if you have a $200,000 insurance policy and you've got a 2% hurricane deductible, you'll be responsible for $4,000 out of pocket costs before the insurance actually kicks in. so it's a replacement value versus a standard amount of 500 or $1,000. applies to those homes on the coast. we generally one to five of the insuring value. some places it might be even higher than that. >> gretchen: you need to document all your losses, take photos and save receipts. >> that goes without saying. picture, video for the adjustor. so you've got your back up and substantiate losses. receipts if to do buy a pump to bail
generous with the olive oil. >> all right. i'm still peeling. >> almost done. >> fyi. >> and port pellow will go innen of when it is ready, looks like that look. >> let me see. >> we have it here. >> beautiful. >> i can even slice it. >> i will slice. while you go see al. >> nice. >> excellent. i let you slice. >> this is great for kids. >> and even for us. >> for us as well. >> i love it. >> we are going to put some salt and pepper around the provininee provenec provenec provence. olive oil on top. the toaster oven. >> we have dressing here? >> honey mustard dressing. very simple. >> honey and mustard. >> you want to whisk it? >> we want to get to the last one real fast. >> we will mention quickly, you can make dessert in the oven as well, right? >> you can make desserts. so, when it's ready it will look like that. >> we don't have time to go through the whole thing. >> it is made. >> done. >> then we are going to make -- >> only 30 seconds. this is sugar -- like a pancake mix, right? >> flour. a bit of vanilla. and then we mix. >> okay. >> like that. >> sugar-coated ramekin in there al
team. fyi. >> if you're keeping score, berman is a red sox fan. only opportunity he gets to say that. >>> it's time for your early reads. the local news making headlines. first, from mj.com. shocking lapses at newark international airport. according to an internal transportation security administration document, newark security screeners did standard pat-downs of passengers properly just 16% of the time. in no cases, 0%, did they properly inform passengers of their right to opt out of a full-body scan in favor of a pat-down. the screener evaluations were done by out of town tsa employees, nicknamed secret shoppers. >> it doesn't get much lower than 0%. 0% is fairly low. >>> this, from the daily item in lynn, massachusetts. a boston woman is $114,000 richer after a junk dealer found a stack of old savings bonds when he was cleaning out her late mother's home. wow. here's the moment she got the good news. >> in the envelope, there was $22,250 in savings bonds. okay? at today's value, with interest, $113,954. >> that's a bonus, with the boston accent there. that was thrown in for free.
. >>> the stock of the day, i like to call it the debacle dejour of the day, for your fyi. it is down now. i know debacle dejour is wrong now, i'm still going to say it. the apparel retailer warning they will miss their third-quarter earnings as sales weakened in september. i guarantee i'll get e-mailers to say i used the word -- i even put another one on there. i think i'm back to regardless. anyway, are you going to lead us here, you have arianna coming in to back you up on thursday, but while you still have him here, give him some new york times. >> i want him to talk about the alan blunder piece because he did read it in "the wall street journal" today. do you think it is right or wrong? >> my first argument above that is law professors shouldn't be president. lawmakers don't make decisions, they show both sides. so we have to eliminate law professors and then eliminate ceos, too. if i had to make a choice of who i would want to leave the future to, a law professor or a ceo, it is not a hard choice. >> i'll ask you on taxes, yesterday you were on the paul ryan clip, but there is a debate over
will join us. >> fyi it's called a venti because it's 20 ounces, 20, venti! >> the social network geared toward professionals and job seekers, linkedin will talk to us about the add to push more users. "squawk box" begins right now. ♪ >> welcome back to "squawk box" here on cnbc, first in business worldwide. i'm becky quick along with joe kernen. andrew ross sorkin is off. our guest host is arianna huffington, founder and editor-in-chief of "the huffington post" and keeping us busy through the commercial breaks, we have way too much to talk about. we have a post strategy session speaking with ken duberstein, he was the chief of staff to president reagan and interview with mark zuckerberg, the social giant announcing this morning it reached 1 billion users. coming up at 8:30 eastern weekly jobless claims, economists expecting initial claims to increase to 369,000 and next half hour two ceos on job creation and the economy, starbucks howard schultz and linkedin's jeff weiner. first joe has the top stories. >> one is not that mark zuckerberg wears the same thing every day. and so do i. no
to retain control of the senate. that's before any post-mourdock polls in indiana. fyi -- and we mentioned this earlier, julie in seattle writes steph, nate silver tweets "the washington examiner," the un-- they're the ones that make up their own right wing numbers has posted a little discussion. how he's kind of gay looking which accounts for the faction that he's predicting ever increasing chances that obama will win. after they explain how wrong he is about romney losing, they threaten him. you better change your prediction poll. nate silver tweeted unskewed polls argument. nate silver seems gay plus question mark equals romney landslide. [ applause ] >> yeah. >> stephanie: this is what we've come to. less wing and right wing numbers. nate silver has been the most eerily accurate statistician out there. i'm sorry. but i love that -- far left turns to nate silver for wisdom on the polls. yes because he's generally right. right. while many conservatives look to former -- clinton political consultant dick
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